Finishing off our #MoonphaseMonday theme, we though we’d try on the Nautilus 5712/1a-001 from masters of time, Patek Phillipe.


The Nautilus, since it’s inception in 1976 has grown to set the benchmark for luxury sports watch designs. Developed in collaboration with Patek Phillipe, notorious watch maker and designer Gerald Genta.

Shaped to represent the porthole of a ship, the oblong/ square case of the Nautilus is a design movement that has achieved instant recognisability as the haute horlogerie sports watch. This Nautilus features, a power reserve indicator, small seconds counter and a date display that cradles the elegant moon-phase indicator, set onto a black/blue dial.


Powered by the in-house caliber 240 PS IRM C LU, this fully automatic, self-winding timepiece. As this is a relatively compact timepiece, at just 40mm, it’s a wonder that Patek’s watchmakers have managed to fit as many complications into a case just 4mm tall. To compensate, Patek Phillipe have fitted a 22ct gold micro rotor, as seen on the 3712 Nautilus.


The Collectors Club has granted access to its members to wear and experience this truly eponymous timepiece for up to eight days per year.

Membership to The Collectors Club allows members to wear the latest watches, whilst taking advantage of a dedicated Lifestyle Concierge manager, able to secure bookings to sold out VVIP events, nights out and experiences, with like-minded club members. In return, we provide our members with a guaranteed, fixed reward of up to eight percent, depending on membership tier.


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